Kazakhstan has special conditions for the development of tourism potential. Undiscovered by mass tourism so far, the country in the heart of Eurasia provides the necessary infrastructure and the government has done a lot in recent years to adequately present Kazakhstan's regional characteristics for international tourism.
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Uzbekistan actively implements recommendations of the United Nations Human Rights Council Working Group
The Republic of Uzbekistn in Central Asia is fully committed in the process of improving human and civil rights in the country. The Uzbek government has implemented its legal system to guarantee qual participation in the management of the affairs of society and the state, the electoral process, ensuring equal rights and opportunities in the field of health, education, science, culture, labor and social protection.
The European Union is developing a new approach toward Central Asia with the purpose of being better engaged in regional economic and political dynamics. Brussels elaborated this new strategy although EU is facing serious internal problems and its presence in Central Asia might produce a divergence with Russia, the United States and China.